Hackers Trick 3 British Private Equity Firms Into Sending Them $1.3 Million


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In a recent highly targeted BEC attack, hackers managed to trick three British private equity firms into wire-transferring a total of $1.3 million to the bank accounts fraudsters have access to — while the victimized executives thought they closed an investment deal with some startups.
According to the cybersecurity firm Check Point, who shared its latest investigation with The Hacker News,

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